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From Russell Butek <>
Subject Re: ["Walter Franzini" <>] signature mismatch problem
Date Tue, 29 Oct 2002 13:24:36 GMT

AXIS doesn't support dime bindings in WSDL yet.

Russell Butek

Walter Franzini <> on 10/29/2002 07:16:06 AM

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Subject:    ["Walter Franzini" <>] signature mismatch

I'have already posted this question to axis-user without response.
Can someone point out if:

1) I have just found an axis bug or
2) the attached WSDL is buggy
3) the expected behaviour is not (yet) supported


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Subject: signature mismatch problem
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I'm using axis-1.0 (server side) and MS SOAP Toolkit 3.0 (client side)
to send a dime attachment.
Starting from the attached WSDL, a call from MSSOAP Toolkit to axis
raise the following error:

Tried to invoke method public java.lang.String
org.tempuri.Service1SoapBImpl.sendMail(byte[]) throws
java.rmi.RemoteException with arguments
org.apache.axis.attachments.AttachmentPart.  The arguments do not match
the signature.

The code generated from WSDL2Java define "sendMail (byte[])" but later
try to invoke "sendMail (AttachmentPart)".

Can someone suggest a workaround?
Walter Franzini

Walter Franzini

Walter Franzini, e-mail:
SysNet, Via Digione 8, 27100 Pavia - Italy

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